In Olympic Driftwood Sculptors, once an artist has completed a basic driftwood sculpting class, if they desire, they may go outside the boundaries of other methods in a new direction called "Above and Beyond". This allows the artist to expand their creativity. You are only limited by your imagination!

"Above & Beyond"

Our Spring Show this year is March  19th - 20th .

​See Event page for details!

We enjoy the opportunity to show our sculptures to you and look forward to  meeting you at our shows. 

Please check  for  2016 Dates to be determined soon.


Olympic Driftwood Sculptors is a federally-sanctioned 501(c)(3) non-profit organization


Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month at the historic Prairie Grange, 290 McCleay Rd. from 10 am to 1 pm.  For directions and full details go to  "Meetings" found in the drop down menu under the EVENTS page.  

"Gentle Dragon" by Tuttie Peetz


We practice an art form that is unique to the Pacific Northwest and forms the basis of driftwood sculpture techniques utilized in creating exquisite sculptures. The goal is to reveal the inner beauty of the wood. The driftwood artist sees, develops, and refines the natural shapes and designs of found wood into a work of art.

​Olympic Driftwood Sculptors is an exciting organization established in October 2008, on the Olympic Peninsula, to share and promote the art of driftwood sculpture.